Engineered Coatings, Inc.

P.O. Box 4782
Grand Junction, CO 81503
http://www.eciwear-corrosioncoatings.com
4 Employees

SBIR Award Summary

Total Number of Awards 18
Total Value of Awards $5.12MM
First Award Date 10/26/00
Most Recent Award Date 06/28/10

Key Personnel

Last Name Name Awards Contact
Kustas Mrs. Frank Kustas 14 Message
Nicholas Mr. Norman Nicholas 3 Message
Marshall Mr. Craig Marshall 1 Message

18 Awards Won

Phase 1 STTR

Institution: Institute for Advanced Technology

Agency: Navy
Topic: N10A-T025
Budget: 06/28/10 - 04/30/11

The Navy is developing an electromagnetic (EM) launcher for long-range naval surface-fire-support. Severe operating conditions of the EM system place stringent requirements for materials, including high current and magnetic fields, high temperatures, contact with liquid metals, high stress/gouging from balloting contacts and high-speed-sliding e...

Phase 1 SBIR

Agency: Navy
Topic: N093-180
Budget: 01/13/10 - 07/13/10

The U.S. Navy desires the replacement of cadmium (Cd) platings for the protection of high-strength 4330V steel employed in arresting-gear tailhook components. While Cd is a protective coating, it is not environmentally-friendly. As an alternative, Engineered Coatings (ECI) and Southwest Research Institute (SwRI) propose a two-tier approach: 1) h...

Phase 2 SBIR

Agency: Navy
Topic: N08-004
Budget: 10/21/09 - 10/21/11

The U.S. Navy desires non-intrusive, conformally-coated sensors on stationary and rotating turbine-engine components to measure temperature, pressure, and strain. These thin-film sensors must be durable to survive the harsh engine operating environment (vibration, thermal-cycling/oxidation). Engineered Coatings, Inc. (ECI) and Southwest Research...

Phase 1 SBIR

Agency: Air Force
Topic: AF083-064
Budget: 01/13/09 - 10/13/09

The U.S. Air Force seeks a solution to wide-temperature-range lubrication that offers reliable performance and offers long-life durability. High-mach gas turbine engines will require bearings to operate up to 650C at loads up to 12.46 kN. Fluid lubricants are limited under these extreme conditions. Engineered Coatings, Inc. and Southwest Rese...

Phase 1 SBIR

Agency: Navy
Topic: N08-004
Budget: 05/12/08 - 11/04/09

The U.S. Navy is interested in the development of non-intrusive, low-profile, conformal-coated sensors on critical components for in-situ measurement of temperature, pressure, and strain on static (e.g., vane) and rotating (e.g., blades, disk, or blisk) components in turbine engines. Ideally these thin-film sensors would operate and survive in ...

Phase 2 SBIR

Agency: Missile Defense Agency
Topic: MDA06-051
Budget: 03/19/08 - 03/19/10

The Missile Defense Agency desires the development of anti-tamper (AT) coatings to protect Critical Program Information (CPI) from unintentional transfer on acquisition programs. Engineered Coatings Inc. (ECI) has put together a highly-qualified, complementary team of materials and deposition process specialists (ECI, Southwest Research Institu...

Phase 2 SBIR

Agency: Office of the Secretary of Defense
Topic: OSD05-A03
Budget: 04/18/07 - 04/18/09

In this Phase II program, Engineered Coatings, Inc. and our team NanoSonic, Analytical Solutions, Inc., and VLSIP will formulate and apply a new low-temperature-cure anti-tamper (AT) coating material, ceramic-reinforced PTFE/copolymer. This material was predicted in our Phase I trade study to offer the best resistance to multiple removal enviro...

Phase 1 SBIR

Agency: Missile Defense Agency
Topic: MDA06-051
Budget: 03/27/07 - 09/27/07

The Missile Defense Agency (MDA) has issued a directive to protect, by application of anti-tamper (AT) coatings, Critical Program Information (CPI) from unintentional transfer on MDA acquisition and associated technical programs. The mission is to deter the reverse engineering and exploitation of our military s critical technology. Engineered ...

Phase 1 SBIR

Agency: Air Force
Topic: AF06-118
Budget: 04/18/06 - 08/18/07

The Air Force is seeking optimized physical vapor deposition (PVD) coating solutions to mitigate sand ingestion of modern aircraft engines, which causes severe erosion, high turbine-engine maintenance costs, and reduced efficiency. Engine manufacturers are developing blisk components from steels and advanced Ti alloys to reduce weight, part cou...

Phase 1 SBIR

Agency: Office of the Secretary of Defense
Topic: OSD05-A03
Budget: 04/05/06 - 04/05/07

The Office of the Security of Defense requires the development of novel methods or materials for circuitry or critical systems that are resistant to FIB examination. Application of new materials or device designs that retard the effectiveness of FIB probing must also offer minimal degradation in the normal performance of the devices. Engineere...

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